Sunday, June 19, 2011

Scores and Highlights from 6/18

Durham Bulls 8, Gwinnett Braves 1
Robinson Chirinos was 2 for 4 with a run scored. Ray Olmedo was 2 for 5 with a double. Russ Canzler drove home 2 runs. Brandon Guyer and Dan Johnson each had an RBI. Alex Torres picked up the win. Bulls bullpen (Delaney, Swindle, De La Rosa) pitched 4 no-hit innings.


Montgomery Biscuits 3, Mobile Bay Bears 4
Stephen Vogt was 2 for 3 with a double. Cole Figueroa drove home 2 runs and Reid Fronk drove home the other.


FSL South 3, FSL North 5
Greg Sexton was 2 for 4. Brett Nommensen had an RBI. Josh Satow pitched a no-hit inning. Alex Colome pitched 1 shut-out inning.


Bowling Green Hot Rods 1, South Bend Silver Hawks 5
Steven Tinoco had a double. Nick Schwaner drove home the only run for the Hot Rods. Enny Romero struck out 10. Omar Bencomo pitched 1 no-hit inning.


Hudson Valley Renegades 3, Aberdeen Iron Birds 1
Kes Carter was 2 for 5 with a run scored. Jeff Malm had a double and drove hjome a run. Chris Winder picked up an RBI. Jason McEachern was the winner. Drew Leary pitched 4 shut-out innings for the save.


DSL Mets 2, DSL Rays 9
Roberto Adolfo was 3 for 5 with RBI's. Armando Araiza was 2 for 4 with 2 runs scored. Adderly Rosa and Jiminson Natera each had a double. Alexander Simon had a triple and 2 RBI's.


VSL Reds 8, VSL Rays 5
Leopoldo Correa was 2 for 3 with a double and 2 RBI's. Oscar Hernandez was 2 for 4 with a double and an RBI. Gianfranco Aldazoro had a double and drove home a run. Brohiglyn Rivero pitched 2 no-hit innings.

4 comments:

  1. Hudson Valley's pitching was excellent, only 3 singles and 2 walks over 9 innings. McEachern started and only allowed 1 hit over 5.0 (plus 2 walks and the run), and Leary had 2 hits over 4.0 in relief. Both have pitched at higher levels before, but it's still nice to see them have a good outing.

    Carter (1s/56) and Church (26/810) made their professional debuts. Carter had 2 singles in 5 ABs, Church was 0-3 with a walk.

    GCL Rays start on Monday and Princeton on Tuesday evening.

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  2. Yea but according to MILB, one of Carter's hits was a groundball to third, and the other was a popup to shortstop. So both hits were infield hits, but I guess that shows he has good speed.

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  3. I didn't listen so I don't know either. Had the Hot Rods on and then switched to the FSL All-Star game.

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  4. STDR (still the devil rays)June 19, 2011 at 6:35 PM

    wow the biscuits need to make a move with sweeny. zero confidence right now in that kid. im calling for a challenge to the rays system. 3 players up and three players down from each league except the Bigs

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